Milossi Maria
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    Milossi Maria

    Teaching Fellow - Academic Teaching Experience for new Scientists/ PhD Holders
    Department of Applied Informatics


    Teaching


    • COMMERCIAL LAW
      (ΟΔ0202)

    Type
    COMPULSORY

    Department Abbreviation
    BA

    Department
    DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

    Course Outlines

    Έννοια, αντικείμενο, περιεχόμενο, χαρακτηριστικά του Eλληνικού και Eυρωπαϊκού εμπορικού δικαίου. Iστορία και πηγές. Σχέση ευρωπαϊκού και εθνικού εμπορικού δικαίου. Eυρωπαϊκό εταιρικό δίκαιο. Kοινοτικό δίπλωμα ευρεσιτεχνίας. Eμπορικές πράξεις, έννοια, διακρίσεις, κριτήριο εμπορικότητας, αντικειμενικά ή πρωτότυπα εμπορικές πράξεις, παράγωγα εμπορικών πράξεων. Tεκμήριο εμπορικότητας. Έμποροι συστήματα προσδιορισμού της εμπορικής ιδιότητας, απόδειξη, αποβολή της εμπορικής ιδιότητας. Kατηγορίες εμπόρων: μικρέμπορος, αποκρυπτόμενος, ομόρρυθμος εταίρος, αλλοδαπός. Eμπορική ικανότητα και ανικανότητα του φυσικού προσώπου και των νομικών προσώπων. Aσυμβίβαστα, περιορισμοί και απαγορεύσεις. Συνέπειες της εμπορικής ιδιότητας, προσωπική κράτηση. Eμπορικά βιβλία: χρησιμότητα, είδη, κανόνες τήρησης, αποδεικτική δύναμη, προσαγωγή ενώπιον του δικαστηρίου. Eπιχείρηση στο εμπορικό δίκαιο: έννοια, νομική φύση, η επιχείρηση ως αντικείμενο δικαίου, επικαρπία, ενέχυρο και κατάσχεση επιχείρησης.

    • ETHICS AND GOVERNANCE OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
      (ΠΛ0743)

    Type
    ELECTIVE

    Department Abbreviation
    AI

    Department
    DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED INFORMATICS

    Course Outlines

    Semester: 7th (Winter) | Course type: Elective AI-TM | Weekly hours: 3 | ECTS: 5

    Instructors:         Milossi Maria

    General competences

    By the end of the course, students will be able to:

    • Recall and critically evaluate significant areas of the sciences, such as algorithm and data bias, autonomous vehicles, prosthetics and robotics, development of new (intelligent) life forms, etc.

    • Identify and assess the ethical issues raised by Artificial Intelligence and its strengths and weaknesses,

    • Reflect on the philosophical issues raised by Artificial Intelligence in relation to what life is and what makes us humans,

    • Conceptualize and analyze the legal, economic, and social impact of the rapid evolution of Artificial Intelligence,

    • Explore the balance between innovation and regulation as well as between governance of technology in relation to basic human rights

    This course aims, inter alia, at the development of the following general skills and competences:

    • Promotion of free, creative and inductive thinking

    • Demonstrating social, professional and ethical responsibility and sensitivity

    • Critical thinking about the evolution of technology and its potential impact on humanity

     

    Course content

    The advances in technology have placed human existence at a pivotal point. Artificial Intelligence will, soon, take over for us, inter alia, the control of our economy, security, infrastructure, health, nutrition, and transportation, as well as the support of several of our personal activities. At the same time, research is being rapidly carried out in order to integrate non-organic elements into human body, but also to map brain function.

    Such technological advancement raises a number of philosophical and ethical issues, calls to the conceptualization of its wider implication and of its proper regulation and governance. Throughout the course we will discuss leading issues in this field: What makes us human? How do we ensure that the benefits of technology are fairly shared? How do we strike a balance between innovation and regulation? How do we ensure that these systems make ethical decisions when technological evolutions take place so promptly and markedly?

    The structure of the course includes the following main subjects:

    • Introduction to Philosophy and Ethics

    • Introduction to the strengths of technology (mainly Artificial Intelligence): Algorithm and data bias, Autonomous vehicles, Forecasting, etc.

    • Philosophical questions around the application of Artificial Intelligence (e.g. Can a machine have a mind?)

    • Ethical reasoning to issues raised by Artificial Intelligence (e.g. How can we ensure "ethical algorithms" and systems, e.g. by using the privacy-by-design principle?)

    • Legal Implications of Artificial Intelligence (e.g. How legal reasoning can be applied to questions related to crimes committed by robots or the decisions they make when human lives are at risk?)

    • Social Implications of Artificial Intelligence (e.g. Will the benefits of technology be fairly shared?)

    • Economic Implications of Artificial Intelligence (e.g. What is the balance between innovation and regulation?)

    • Artificial Intelligence Governance (e.g. How can we monitor and evaluate the progress and the use of its results? What kind of policy interventions are required?)

    Assessment

    Required work and form of assessment:

    • Preparation and Class participation

    • Research Paper (optional)

    • Final Written Exams

    Course bibliography

    (One of the following):

    86200413        LIFE 3.0, Τύπος: Σύγγραμμα, Max Tegmark, 2018, ΤΡΑΥΛΟΣ & ΣΙΑ ΟΕ, ISBN: 978-618-5061-18-0

     

    94700120        ΤΕΧΝΗΤΗ ΝΟΗΜΟΣΥΝΗ - 4η ΕΚΔΟΣΗ, Τύπος: Σύγγραμμα, ΒΛΑΧΑΒΑΣ Ι./ΚΕΦΑΛΑΣ Π. / ΒΑΣΙΛΕΙΑΔΗΣ Ν. / ΚΟΚΚΟΡΑΣ Φ./ ΣΑΚΕΛΛΑΡΙΟΥ Η., 2020, ΕΤΑΙΡΕΙΑ ΑΞΙΟΠΟΙΗΣΗΣ ΚΑΙ ΔΙΑΧΕΙΡΙΣΗΣ ΠΕΡΙΟΥΣΙΑΣ ΠΑΝΕΠΙΣΤΗΜΙΟΥ ΜΑΚΕΔΟΝΙΑΣ, ISBN: 978-618-5196-44-8

     

    94645286        Hello World: Άνθρωπος στην Εποχή του Αλγόριθμου, Τύπος: Σύγγραμμα, Fry Hannah, 2020, Παπασωτηρίου, ISBN: 978-960-491-140-0-6

    • INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY LAW (IT LAW)
      (ΠΛ0617)

    Type
    COMPULSORY

    Department Abbreviation
    AI

    Department
    DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED INFORMATICS

    Course Outlines

    Semester: 6 (Spring) | Orientation: AI | Compulsory | Weekly Hours: 3 | Credit Units (ECTS): 5

    Instructors: Alexandropoulou Evgenia

    General competences

    The aim of this course is to familiarize students with the legal framework of personal data protection, including the rules governing their electronic processing, as well as with the legal framework of intellectual rights in digital environment.

    Course Content

    Part I: Electronic processing of personal data (Legal framework/ Simple and sensitive personal data/ Obligations of data controllers/ Rights of data subjects/ Sanctions/ The Data Protection Authority)

    Part II: IT and intellectual property. Historical background of copyright law/ The necessity of legal protection of copyright in the modern digital environment/ Modern legal environment of copyright / Legal protection of computer programmes, databases, multimedia/ Copyright transfer/ Right owners/ Right enforcements and sanctions/ Right collective management organizations/ Intellectual Property Organization

    Assessment

    Written Final examination 100%
    Optional coursework

    Bibliography

    (One of the following):
    59395808 ΠΡΟΣΩΠΙΚΑ ΔΕΔΟΜΕΝΑ, Τύπος: Σύγγραμμα, ΕΥΓΕΝΙΙΑ ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΟΠΟΥΛΟΥ-ΑΙΓΥΠΤΙΑΔΟΥ, 2016, ΝΟΜΙΚΗ ΒΙΒΛΙΟΘΗΚΗ ΑΕΒΕ, ISBN: 978-960-562-609-9

    34465 Ευαίσθητα προσωπικά δεδομένα, Τύπος: Σύγγραμμα, Ιγγλεζάκης Ιωάννης Δ., 2003, Σάκκουλας Εκδόσεις Α.Ε., ISBN: 978-960-301-736-1

    Supplementary material

    See www.itlaw.uom.gr , www.dpa.gr , www.opi.gr

    • INTERNET LAW
      (ΠΛ0725)

    Type
    ELECTIVE

    Department Abbreviation
    AI

    Department
    DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED INFORMATICS

    Course Outlines

    Semester: 7th (Winter) | Course type: Elective AI-TM | Weekly hours: 3 | ECTS: 5

    Instructors:         Milossi Maria

    General competences

    The lesson aims to familiarize students with the basic legal framework related to the Internet. It concerns the rights and obligations of Internet users, the enforcement of legal sanctions in the case of infringement of this, as well as the role of the Internet as a means of communication.

     

    Course content

    The content concentrates on: the basic legal framework related to e-communications and more specifically to the Internet ; the confidentiality of  e-communications; personal data protection in e-communications; legal issues concerning blogs and social networks; domain names; copyright and the Internet;  e-crime; e-government

     

    Assessment

    Final examination.

    Optional coursework

    Course bibliography

    (One of the following):

    68400995 Ευρωπαϊκό δίκαιο του διαδικτύου, Τύπος: Σύγγραμμα, Jougleux Philippe, 2017, Σάκκουλας Εκδόσεις Α.Ε., ISBN: 9789605684600

    77111397 Διαδίκτυο, Η/Υ & τηλεπικοινωνίες στο ελληνικό δίκαιο, Τύπος: Σύγγραμμα, Ζέκος Γεώργιος Ι., 2017, Σάκκουλας Εκδόσεις Α.Ε., ISBN: 9789605687410